Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands

The Cayman Islands are an autonomous British Overseas Territory that is south of Cuba. It is comprised of three islands Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The largest of the three Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman regularly attracts over 1 million  cruise passengers each year, making it the most visited destination in the Western Caribbean. Part of that popularity comes from its most sought after Seven Mile Beach. Not only is it the most popular beach on the island, but also one of the most sought-after sandy strips in the Caribbean. The islands mellow atmosphere caters to all who want a fun and safe environment to vacation in.

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